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  • Crescenta Valley girls' basketball rebounds to down Burbank

    Crescenta Valley girls' basketball rebounds to down Burbank
    BURBANK — Just two days removed from enduring its first loss in Pacific League play this season, the Crescenta Valley High girls’ basketball team prevailed with potent play down the stretch in a tightly contested matchup with host Burbank on...
  • Hoover High girls' basketball edges past Muir

    PASADENA — The Hoover High girls’ basketball team went into the gym at Muir High for a Pacific League matchup and had the chance to accomplish some rare feats against a Mustangs program that is struggling this season and has just seven players...
  • Sports Roundup: Shot at buzzer lifts Hoover boys' basketball, as Tornadoes sweep Muir in soccer, basketball

    BOYS’ BASKETBALL Hoover 64, Muir 61 (OT): Arlen Moradi made a three-pointer at the buzzer to lift the host Tornadoes to a Pacific League victory Wednesday. Hoover improved to 11-5, 2-2 in league and concluded a day in which the Tornadoes swept...
  • St. Francis High football returns home to face No. 4 Camarillo

    St. Francis High football returns home to face No. 4 Camarillo
    From Gardena to West Hills to Culver City, the St. Francis High football team endured a rather troublesome span of three weeks or, perhaps more accurately, 120 minutes of game time. But thanks to their final 24 minutes in Culver City, the Golden Knights...
  • Pacific Community Center's field rental fees set to increase

    Starting on Feb. 15, soccer players who use the new artificial turf at Pacific Community Center, which was installed last month for $900,000, will have to pay more to rent the field. Rather than paying between $26 and $90 per hour for rental, soccer...
  • Ruiz gives Holy Family the boost it needs in league win

    LOS ANGELES — With a 16-point advantage on the verge of evaporating, the Holy Family basketball team turned to one of its more reliable outside shooters. Tabitha Ruiz quickly quieted the packed house with a display of clutch shooting that restored...
  • Flintridge Sacred Heart polo not discouraged after loss to Louisville

    LA CA√ĎADA — Carlos Ponce wasn't discouraged after the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy water polo team suffered its second consecutive Mission League defeat Thursday. What left the Flintridge Sacred Heart coach frustrated was that the Tologs hit...
  • Glendale polo uses defense to turn back rival Hoover

    Glendale polo uses defense to turn back rival Hoover
    GLENDALE — The Glendale High girls' water polo squad welcomed rival Hoover into its pool for the Nitros' Pacific League home opener, and both sides were eager for the matchup Thursday. "The Glendale-Hoover game is just a really exciting game every...
  • Glendale Adventist basketball can't sustain early lead against Holy Martyrs

    Glendale Adventist basketball can't sustain early lead against Holy Martyrs
    GLENDALE — The Glendale Adventist Academy girls' basketball team started on a torrid pace in Thursday's Liberty League game against visiting Holy Martyrs Armenian. The Cougars made four shots from the field and four more from the free-throw line...
  • Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer goes down early to defeat

    Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer goes down early to defeat
    PASADENA — Nine minutes in and the Crescenta Valley High boys’ soccer team was already out. The Falcons surrendered two early goals in a chippy Pacific League match versus host Pasadena that included four yellow cards and one red in what was...
  • St. Francis soccer edged by rival Loyola

    St. Francis soccer edged by rival Loyola
    LOS ANGELES — No matter records or rankings, St. Francis High soccer’s matchups with rival Loyola regularly prove to be tight, contentious contests. Friday afternoon’s Mission League game at Loyola High stuck to the script, as the...
  • Fourth-quarter drought dooms Crescenta Valley High boys' hoops versus Pasadena

    PASADENA — A three-minute and 37-second scoring drought was the undoing of the Crescenta Valley High boys’ basketball team in Friday’s Pacific League road challenge at Pasadena High. The Falcons briefly pulled ahead only to surrender...